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26/05/2012 - 11:15 AM


BoxingHmmm nicely caught action shot.

I understand the challenge of poor lighting at these events, angle and lens are critical to capture a well exposed image that does not have area's blown out and others in darkness, which lets you down a little in this image.

I would pull this image through a post processing and lighting the face on the left to balance ot the extreme differences between the fighter on on the left. Grin
20/10/2009 - 8:09 PM


KatieStunning image, lighting brilliantly handled. Am not convinced the angle you have used actually does anything for your image and quite frankly cutting off her feet off feels akward.

OK, so that's purely subjective but you shot this stunning image and professionally handled job and crop fails all that work, in my opinion.

I have downloaded the image and cropped the image above the knees and that saves the image and you lose that angle that worries my eye.

best regards
02/09/2009 - 6:38 PM

At work

At workWell the 'washed-out' wall againts the warm shop interior adds a wonderful atmosphere to the image.

My only nit is that I find the plates on the right disturbing because my eyes keeps being drawn to the cut-off circular shapes.

NIce image all the same, well done.

20/08/2009 - 10:02 AM


ModelshotHi Sara

Lovely idea, unfortunately, background could be out of focus (DOF issue). I find the area around the model distracting.

Model nicely in focus but the angle makes her body look a little awkward. Prehaps changing your angle of attack when you shoot her would help. I normally move from top left to bottom right when I shoot this type of subject, angles are important and IMO you were a tad to high, you needed to be a little lower when you shoot this image.I shoot anything up 20 images of my strobesflash.

Nothing technical wrong with the image, but not convincing, sorry but I have to honest.

Prehaps a reshoot? Some nice bokeh (produce a more creamy, beautiful looking Bokeh, a short lens with a big aperture (e.g. 85mm 1.8 ), or a long tele (e.g. a 200 or 300mm at f4) in the background pushes the model forward.

Also the detail on white top is lost which is unfortunate.

I love the fact that the image is interesting, nothing boring about what you did here. By pushing the envelope you have produced a potentially interesting shot.

best regards